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>> dan: good evening. we're beginning to begin with two train derailments in central california. a big rig collided with a freight train. 17 miles south of that site a few hours later 30 people were hurt when a ever big rig slammed into an amtrak train headed from oaklando bersfie. >> rorter:witness tol ch officershat the ossing arms were down when a big rig plowed into a train on monday. they heard a loud boom before people went flying. >> for a second, this is a hell of a way to go out in a medication like this. i got to the top, car started t ti over. >> this is reality but it was shaking and shutering and people knew something was wrong. >> reporter: passengers say the train starred brake go hard before it derailed. it was known as cotton tracks and covered passengers. sound startled passengers. >> i had to grab the rails and big bang, cars flying over. they came and told us we need to get ot. it' uncle how fast the traiwasravelg but it tk verahundrefeet for it to finally stop. he witnessed the accident and he said it glide order one wheel before it tipped over. >> i saw peo
to the postseason for the first since 2006. good evening. i'm carolyn johnson. >> dan: what a thrilling moment for a's and their fans. larry beil is here with the stor >> wow wh a nig and wt a seaso r theakla a's. who sa th coming. needing a win, they were facing first place texas at the coliseum. high drama in the ninth. they were clinging to a one run lead. he strikes out young and mike napoli to end it. they clinch a wildcard berth. though could still win the division so more champagne may be coming. let's go to mike shumann at the coliseum. >> this is champagne spraying attire. for those who have never been in a clubhouse when they are celebrating after winning. a's are going to the playoffs first time in siblings years, check it out >> how great does it feel? >> ion't have words to explain in this. i've done some postseason celebrations to be at home but this is pretty amazing. i try to look around and reflect where i've been and world series games or concerts, i can't even explain it right now. >> how does it feel, a's are back in the playoffs? >> whoa! it's amazing. it's amazing. we're in the
'm dan ashley. altogether one million people are expected to drive, boat or bart into the city to take part in an unprecedented weekend of high-profile events. along with the blue angels there is the america's cup world series along the embarcadero, the hardly strictly bluegrass festival in golden gate park. the giants have playoff games at 6:30 p.m. on saturday and sunday. the castro stree fair d th italn ritage pade on nday. that to name a feof t ents. ama tes isive tonit with what i gng on. am how do you get where you are going? >> dan, it is dizzying thinking about all of the events. it is hard to keep them straight. we are here at pier39 where people are hanging out and having a good time before he take a cab home or walk to where they are going. tomorrow i expect lots more people to be out here to check out things like the blue angels. >> that's the best part of our job. the flying is unbelievable, but to meet kids and get them excited about what they have to offer or staying in school, that's what it is all about. >> big crowds never get old, but they will fly over the traffic
duke it out over the economy in the first debate of three. good evening. i'm dan ashley. >> and i'm carolyn johnson. a particularly strong showing from mitt romney tonight on key topics ranging from the economy to health care. >> abc7 news political reporter mark matthews is here with a look at this first big match up. >> no knockout punches tonight, nothing we will see over and over again on television, but mitt romney did what he needed to do. mitt romney ran to the middle saying lowering the tax rates for wealthy americans would not lower the amount of taxes they pay. >> my view is we should provide tax relief to those in the middle class. but i am not going to reduce the share of taxes paid by high income people. >> romney said he would close tax loopholes and limit the de tucks -- deductions to the risk. >> it is knot possible to come up with enough deductions and loopholes that only affect high income individuals to either avoid raising the deficit or burdennenning the middle class. it is math. it is arithmetic. >> on health care -- >> first of all, i like the way we did it
and governor romney fight over taxes and the economy. good evening. i'm dan ashley. let's get the latest on this tonight from abc 7 news political reporter mark matthews. it was an interesting exchange. >> it was clear right from the start that mitt mitt romney sae debate as a chance to shake up the race and came out aggressive and prepared and put the president on the defensive for much of the 90 minutes. >> president obama and mitt romney went head to head. the candidates boiled down their economic arguments. >> governor romney has a perspective that says if we cut taxes skewed towards the wealthy and roll back regulations that we will be better off. i have got a different view. >> the president has a view very similar to the view he d when ran four years guy. if you will, trickle down government would work. that is not the right answer for america. >> romney's comments about the 47% have take and toll on his campaign even before the leaked video polls showed that americans thought he favored the wealthy over the middle class. tonight he clearly wanted to try and change that perception
the made to take the brunt of these budget cuts. >>reporter: lawyer dan fice in richnd bieves th tsiolate the la. >> when e change to a court are con in a mapper where people are fundamentally deprived of their ability to have job in the court. taking away their constitutional right to access. >> hamilton unemployed college student who has a child custody case in richmond juvenile court. like many resident affected by the court cuts he has no car. he now lives in oakland which is a fairly quick 30 ment trip by bart but when the crt closes here hamiln wi havto ta barfrom oakld to denorth then wt cap bus martinez. trip that could cost more and could take an hour and a half ichltd that means i have to leave at 7 or 6:30 at least get up around 6 or 6:30. >> many people here walk to court have to take local transportation public transportation which is relatively in the general area but to go to martinez it is fundamentally impossible for me. >>reporter: police are worried about the court closure and whether much longer trip to martinez will affect cases involving troubled teens. >> migh
americans enter the work force. more people getting jobs. >>reporter: outside this store carpenter dan says jobs may low wage. may part-time. but at least they are there. >> it's slowly coming back. will take a couple more years. >>reporter: presidential election we have seen it's the direction of the economy that moves voters and there is one more reporting period before election day, october numbers will be out november the second. 4 days before the election. in the newsroom, abc 7 news. >>> there are questions abou those new jonumbers ansome pele haveven suggested conspira theies. jothan karlpent the day tracking down the pple who crch the unemployment numbers. >> as soon as the new 7. 8% unemployment rate announced limbaugh and other conservative said the white house had cooked the book. even jack welch the former ceo of ge accused the president of change the numbers on twitter. >> i tell you these numbers don't smell right when you think about where the economy is right now. >>reporter: labor department called the allegations ludicrous. we went directly to the place wher
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